'Reasons for abstaining from West-India Rum and sugar, suited to the understandings of the common people' by John Valton.

Valton criticizes the elaborate language used in 'An address to the people of Great Britain', on 'the utility of refraining from the use of West India, sugar and rum'. He provides a simpler argument which the 'common people' will understand. Includes qoutations from the Bible and prayers from psalms...

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Order number: MMS/Special Series/Various Papers/FBN 44
Date(s) of creation: 1792
Level: Item
Format: Archive